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Savings in a Pinch

Our financial guru, Megan, explores the question that spouses ask each other all the time, "Where has our money gone?"
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“Where has all our money gone?” Is the question that the wife asks her husband every paycheck, right? Where is our money going? I looked into my own personal finance to see where all of our money was going because we haven’t been saving a lot and we need to.

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